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docgelegentlich:

snowybean1234:

turntechgoddamnit:

toastradamus:

pizzaforpresident:

WHY ARE THERE STRAPS ON HIS LEGS I AM LAUGHING SO HARD

POWER TO MAIN THRUSTERS
ALL SYSTEMS ARE GO

TURBO SHIT

BUT HE’S STILL WEARING HIS PANTS

pants aren’t an issue when you’re QUANTUM SHITTING THROUGH THE nTH DIMENSION



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docgelegentlich:

snowybean1234:

turntechgoddamnit:

toastradamus:

pizzaforpresident:

WHY ARE THERE STRAPS ON HIS LEGS I AM LAUGHING SO HARD

POWER TO MAIN THRUSTERS

ALL SYSTEMS ARE GO

TURBO SHIT

BUT HE’S STILL WEARING HIS PANTS

pants aren’t an issue when you’re QUANTUM SHITTING THROUGH THE nTH DIMENSION

(Source: doyouknow-whoyouare)

nickythom:

Greetings and salutations from St. Louis, Missouri where I’m sitting in my new apartment typing this and contemplating whether or not to take my morning deuce… NO. I MUST FINISH THIS POST!

I’m proud to announce that my Thief Club site is online and active and in celebration, I thought I’d clear…

WANT THIS RECORD.

theswellers:


The Light Under Closed Doors Tour

Amidst a world of unnecessary overthinking, music industry politics and stale ideas, we’ve decided to do something to shake things up. We’ve decided to book almost a whole tour based on people who simply ask for us to come to their town, their local venue and even their house. Instead of shrugging it off, we got permission from our booking agent to go back in time to our first tour and spark the feeling that made us want to live on the road in the first place. 

We booked 46 shows in 44 days. 

People don’t know what goes on behind the scenes in a band like ours, so I’ll give you a little inside information. We’ve technically been around for 11 years, but only about 6 of them feels substantial. We’ve toured around the world countless times, but we’re still a name in the back of your mind or on the tip of your tongue. We seem to be an after-thought and skimmed over in this book encyclopedia of a music scene. Instead of following trends or falling into a right place at the right time hype machine, we’ve trudged along and have done our own thing. This tour solidifies that. 

We’re doing what hundreds of bands do on a regular basis. You get in direct contact with people and play anywhere you can. We never get hotels, so at night you’ll find us sleeping on the floor of our friends’ houses. Half of our band are about to turn 31 while my brother and I are still in our mid-to-late twenties. We’re not new to this. Our bodies are sore and we’re always hungry for more. 

The new album comes out this Tuesday, October 29th. All we want is a chance. 

We’ve put everything into our new record, The Light Under Closed Doors. I think subconsciously we worked extra hard because we don’t know if this will be the last one. For years people have been telling us how underrated we are. At first it was pretty flattering, but over time it was just a constant reminder of our station in the world. 

All we need from you is to play our new record for your friends and take them to a show. Let them hear and see what we’re all about. If they don’t like it, they can close the door on us. Maybe there’s a chance they love it and we’ve been the dim light shining under that door this whole time. I think it’s time we get people to open it and see what’s inside. 

This is our most important album and we would love to share it with you and the rest of the world. 

Thanks for reading. Thanks for caring. 



STREAM THE NEW ALBUM HERE

CHECK OUT THE TOUR DATES HERE



-Jonathan Diener / The Swellers

Saw the NYC stop of this tour last night at The Studio at Webster Hall and it was everything I could have wanted out of a show. Perfect, small, intimate venue. Bands playing their asses off. Metal horns. I will never not get a ticket to go see The Swellers.

theswellers:

The Light Under Closed Doors Tour
Amidst a world of unnecessary overthinking, music industry politics and stale ideas, we’ve decided to do something to shake things up. We’ve decided to book almost a whole tour based on people who simply ask for us to come to their town, their local venue and even their house. Instead of shrugging it off, we got permission from our booking agent to go back in time to our first tour and spark the feeling that made us want to live on the road in the first place. 
We booked 46 shows in 44 days. 
People don’t know what goes on behind the scenes in a band like ours, so I’ll give you a little inside information. We’ve technically been around for 11 years, but only about 6 of them feels substantial. We’ve toured around the world countless times, but we’re still a name in the back of your mind or on the tip of your tongue. We seem to be an after-thought and skimmed over in this book encyclopedia of a music scene. Instead of following trends or falling into a right place at the right time hype machine, we’ve trudged along and have done our own thing. This tour solidifies that. 
We’re doing what hundreds of bands do on a regular basis. You get in direct contact with people and play anywhere you can. We never get hotels, so at night you’ll find us sleeping on the floor of our friends’ houses. Half of our band are about to turn 31 while my brother and I are still in our mid-to-late twenties. We’re not new to this. Our bodies are sore and we’re always hungry for more. 
The new album comes out this Tuesday, October 29th. All we want is a chance. 
We’ve put everything into our new record, The Light Under Closed Doors. I think subconsciously we worked extra hard because we don’t know if this will be the last one. For years people have been telling us how underrated we are. At first it was pretty flattering, but over time it was just a constant reminder of our station in the world. 
All we need from you is to play our new record for your friends and take them to a show. Let them hear and see what we’re all about. If they don’t like it, they can close the door on us. Maybe there’s a chance they love it and we’ve been the dim light shining under that door this whole time. I think it’s time we get people to open it and see what’s inside. 
This is our most important album and we would love to share it with you and the rest of the world. 
Thanks for reading. Thanks for caring. 
STREAM THE NEW ALBUM HERE
CHECK OUT THE TOUR DATES HERE
-Jonathan Diener / The Swellers

Saw the NYC stop of this tour last night at The Studio at Webster Hall and it was everything I could have wanted out of a show. Perfect, small, intimate venue. Bands playing their asses off. Metal horns. I will never not get a ticket to go see The Swellers.

farewellfighter:

Reblog because you can stream our entire record right here, and your friend needs to listen to it.  Get a physical copy of the record right here

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kingsandvillains:

Make sure you check out the new single!!

DO IT.

kingsandvillains:

Make sure you check out the new single!!

DO IT.

farewellfighter:

Rblg plz

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LISTEN TO THIS ALBUM NOW AND ALL THE TIME.

Melt Shop Grilled Cheese

Today, after a long day of hiking through Central Park, drinking beer, and seeing “This Is The End” with my buddy Eric, I needed something to satisfy my hunger. Something that I knew would fill me up right.

I had heard of Melt Shop from my sister and finally decided to dive right in. I went with what I felt was a staple when I ordered the “Aged Cheddar with Bacon.” Now let me start by saying that I always thought that grilled cheese was something that you can easily make well at home. From bite #1, this sandwich immediately made me choke on those words as I now have no confidence whatsoever in my grilled cheese making prowess.

The bread was toasted perfectly (browned just up to the point of almost being burnt, but without the burnt taste). The cheddar cheese was nice and sharp, and amazingly rich and gooey (I experienced that almost legendary string of cheese connecting the 2 halves of my sandwich as I tried to separate them). The bacon. OH MY THE BACON. This bacon was of the perfect consistency: not soggy, but not overly crispy (yes there IS such a thing as being too crispy). It did not fall or pull out of the sandwich on a tough bite, nor did it crumble. It also happened to be some of the tastiest meat candy that I have ever eaten (they don’t throw the words “maple glazed” around lightly on the menu at Melt Shop). Now combine all of these individual elements…..

But did I stop there? NO OF COURSE NOT, IT’S SATURDAY. I had to try their “Shop Tots.” These tater tots were covered with parsley and a crumbling of parmesan cheese. Very hot. Very good. Not overly messy at all. And what did I choose to wash all of this down with? Why a “Chocolate Peanut Butter” shake of course BECAUSE I’M FULL OF GREAT IDEAS. This shake was very thick, very cold, and very delicious. The perfect blend of sweetness and richness that you should expect from such a wonderful flavor pairing.

On top of all of this wonderful food, Melt Shop also offers a very nice outdoor dining area at their location on 26th and 6th. Very peaceful and pleasant on a nice summer evening.

My overall rating of Melt Shop Grilled Cheese is a bold 5/5. I will most definitely be going back these many times because I NEED to try some of their other sandwich combinations.


Mitch

wanderxlush:

perf.

This band. I can’t even put into words what their songs mean to me.

wanderxlush:

Just a little commentary from my nearly 19 year-old brother while watching Les Miz. I think he’s found his calling.

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